**Must Be Fully Licensed & Have Experience Working with Adolescents**
Location: The Oaks at Brownwood
Positions Definition & Summary:
Provide individual therapeutic services to youth as assessed by the treatment team.
Develops youth needs assessment and Psychosocial History to formulate treatment plan.
Prioritize treatment plan to focus on youth mental health and substance abuse issues, ensuring monthly updates reflecting progress.
Complete documentation related to individual, group and family sessions that are provided to the youth, as well as, monthly progress updates related to mental health services.
Will be a fully licensed or certified professional in the State of Texas to meet the services needs of the population.
Each professional will be experienced in working with adolescents; responsible to provide mental health, substance abuse, within the scope of license abilities, as detailed in Section B, License and Certifications above. The preferred licensed include: LCP, LCSW, LSW, LMFT and LCDC
Must be 21 years of age or older.
Appointees will be required to possess a driver's license valid in the state where the work site is located only if the operation of a vehicle, rather than employee mobility, is necessary to perform the essential duties of the position.
Under the supervision of the licensed clinical supervisor, conducts assessments and psychosocial to document history and identify preliminary issues for treatment focus by interviewing the resident and their family members one on one and transcribing relevant information
Participates in the development and implementation of treatment plans under the supervision of the licensed clinical supervisor
Under the supervision of licensed clinical supervisor, provides group and family process-oriented therapies using various professional treatment modalities
Develops and assists in individualized discharge planning for the residents by utilizing treatment team and written chart information to determine residents aftercare needs
Attends regular treatment team meetings to provide therapists perspective to total case management of the resident by reading and discussing written progress notes from charts and communicating any state or local agency legal requirement for case management with the interdisciplinary team. Monitors overall course of treatment services
Conducts educational and other didactic groups for resident and family members
Makes handwritten entries to resident charges describing therapy performed, progress in discharge planning process, and/or other interventions
Reports incidents of suspected abuse using prescribed forms and protocols from the relevant community/state agency
Provides individual therapy as specified on the youth s individual treatment plan
Maintains Licensure per state applicable laws
Conducts Substance Intervention and Education groups